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Bryan YRE Walk

We parked in front of the Queen Movie Theatre.

Historical Marker for those collecting TVA Special Event Credit.

Part of the Bryan Bomber Statue.

Carnegie Library.

One of several decorated train engines that the walk passes.

One of Bryan's fine mansions.

Not a Mansion but a very nice old home.

Built in 1924 by Roger Q. and Nina Heard Astin, the Astin Mansion is a paragon of the grand 1920ís style. In 2004 the Astin Mansion was purchased as a Special Events Venue, and since that time has become one of the most well known Wedding Venues in Bryan/College Station.

Parker Bed and Breakfast.

Rosary Garden.

Nice Home

Carol and Ed.

Nice birdhouse.

Tree stump in front of house is made of cement.

Another nice home.

Nicely painted picnic table in park.

Gazebo decorated for 4th of July.

Built for Onah Astin, wife of cotton planter James H. Astin. Construction began in 1901 and was completed two years later. The exterior of the Classical Revival residence features a two-story gallery with Corinthian columns. Holland Porter, a planter, purchased the home in 1946, and additions were made to the structure during his ownership.

Flamingo yard art. Not ruffled feathers.

Entering Sue Haswell Park

One of the Presidential plaques along the walkway.

Another one of the locomotives.

Old Courthouse Bell.

Fireman's Memorial.